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look at any really admire the way it is put together you have a construction background or something? >> no i just have good common sense. n >> his got his beautiful daughters behind the love our hise entire family working here then i find out his son joe is such the chef how did you learn toef cook? >> he did some cooking in columbus and a couple of different places theyof moved up to management then was running placesn in columbus then of got our heads together i have a little historyge of food so we kind of got our heads together and built this place your. >> i have the food it was terrific i did not know anything about joe but i met am in the back in his tomato patch out there.n we will go back there and talked to joe a little bit and find out how this goes come together. >> i'm from the kitchen it is nice to have a brand-new kitchen
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doing. absolutely. like you said cracking crothers a lot of fun but unfortunately a lot of large us are intimidated to order because they don't know how to gettre the delicious meat out just like that. you brought is three different types today? >> theseto are the three differt kinds red lobster carrieshe durg crab fest the first will be our wildcard alaskan king crab this is the you can tell by its size. >> are the hardest a car? they are thick. >> they are very thick you can tell by the size of the show.a lot of times wesi will actually split peas (guess in the back so it's easier to get them eat out next we have the snow crab this is your most common type when you see, this is what you are
large clusters as you can see as well as the snow is white melu d them back by popular demand a ts is wildcard off the coast of alaska very similar in appearance to the snow crab a little bit largernn with the sweeter flavor and a delicate texture to it. >> do you cook all three the same way? hers each going to first each going to be different? e wise it will take y it. all of our crabs we do that.. you have a decent sized pot of water in there. we use we use lobster and crab in that restaurant you
it's pretty simple five minutes boil it is ready to. >> we always have a bunch of tools from so what is the best technique? >> first reaches our type of crap that we have our paradise crab with tools like you said. we have our crab crackersw this is only going to be is for the crab action. a lot of people use them for your legs to cause the toughest partse of the shell you will definitely need this for that.s then you have the cocktail fork and this is what you used to get inside hopefully the meat will slide right out of if it does not you will notice.
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that's how i was taught to do it if you spend it forward and send it forward and back just a little y ?- and these are thick legs they are thick legs. that is excellent.re the have to squeeze it to slide it up? no. look at this guy. that is awesome. so, do you end up using any of what is appear? >> you can. absolutely. then show us will quick how to do the crab it. one is the crb fest? >> a limited time for a beard is ending soon, soed we ask you coe out and visit us about us to and that is to the cooking for you. we will crack for you as well if you are learning that is somethinglk we do a lot of tims to help like us to help them out. so ?-to just pull it apart the sameus way you want to remoe
crab hours. if you don't want to do it at home, and you can always go to red lobster and always great bay biscuits. thank you for having me i will continue to crack these here. then i will send it to you. >> northeast ohio's largest military's event and labor day tradition we are talking about the cleveland outdoor national airshow. we are talking to the national directork howery. >> i'm great. >> how many years since this from going on? >> that goes it goes back to the
for two decades at hopkins international airport the current began in 1964 and around for over 50 years. >> what is the difference between what we know now. >> they were racing around pylons and cross-country for speed those were really the equivalents-r to today's super l we have people like amelia erhardt coming coming to clevelandope to compete. >> imp did not know she was rigt here. >> she was yes. >> so it'sye no 1 >> 1964 was military are doing walking that began and 64re ands going on ever since. >> have you ever we walked yourself? >> nonno now somebody says the aire shows been around since 64 you don't need to go again i went to all of them is there anything new? >> that sure this year we will out of the us navy blue angels celebrating their anniversary
for clevelanders to see the fall rapture full rapture we will also have fle the 35 lightning t of people inhe enjoy this and recognize it for the first year in the circuit find and the circuit find on the heritage flighthe but if that was not enough the f-22 will join it t flying altogether the first civilian airshow in the us to have these all together. on the ground? >> yes we of 40 plans g from a used 17 to a world war 45 what is really cool as we will haveor the original batmobile from the 1966 toor be here is seriously will be on display.
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>> oh yes. whatt did you think of my crab cracking skills? >> you know your crab. >> those were delicious too. she is that the parma location had there. >> so you like p the snow grabs are the king crabs? >> i like the snow because they theeasier to crack open sometimes a little sharper. crab over lobster have a good day we will s ee you at 4:00 p.
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